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BurdenBuiltShipowner or operator Dimensions
  H. A. Apenæss , Norway, Åsgårdstrand  
 1855 April 18 leaving Hamburg for Norway/Christiania, arriving there May 5Atlantic Journey ID 9943
 1855 July 17 leaving Christiania for London with timberAtlantic Journey ID 9944
 1855 August 6, London from Christiania, leving Aug. 28 for Sundsvall (Sweden)Atlantic Journey ID 9945
 1855 September 21 arrived in Sundsvall, returning Oct. 20 to London.Atlantic Journey ID 9946
 1855 November 3 off Øresund; from Sundsvall to London with timber. Arrived Gravesend/London Nov. 16Atlantic Journey ID 9947
 1855 December 5 leaving London for NorwayAtlantic Journey ID 9948
 1856 Captain J. H. Apenæs  from Stavanger * Apr. 26 to Quebec June 28   
 1856 * See the Registration list Stavanger 1856 for persons that might have been oboard Atlantic Journey ID 10112
 1856 Towed to sea by the steamship Ryfylke with 187 emigrants onboard. Most from Stavanger and the islands; Frogn, Hjelmeland, Findø and RennesøAtlantic Journey ID 9144
 1856 Jul 4, loading for LondonAtlantic Journey ID 9145
 1856 Aug 24, Gravesend/London from QuebecAtlantic Journey ID 9146
 1856 Sep 9, leaving London for NorwayAtlantic Journey ID 9147
 1857 Captain J. H. Apenæs  from Stavanger Apr. 19 to Quebec June 7   
 1857 236 emigrants embarked from the fjord-areas. 153 emigrants were over 14 year, 75 between 1 -14 year and 1 under 1 yearAtlantic Journey ID 9148
 1857 July 13, Quebec for LondonAtlantic Journey ID 9149
 1857 August 14 off the Lizard. Aug. 15 off Deal: from QuebecAtlantic Journey ID 9150
 1857 September 1 London for Helsingør, returning Nov. 11 from Sundsvall (Sweden)Atlantic Journey ID 9152
 1857 November 27, leaving London for TønsbergAtlantic Journey ID 9154
 1858 Captain J. H. Apenæs  from Stavanger May 16 to Quebec July 9   
 1858 Leaving Stavanger with 135 emigrants, 97 adults and 38 children under 14 year. The emigrants were from Ryfylke Fogderi, Aardal, Rennesø, Nerstrand and Skudenes. 15 emigrants were from Flekkefjord and LyngdalAtlantic Journey ID 9155
 1858 Jul 28, leaving Quebec for LondonAtlantic Journey ID 9156
 1858 Sep 23, leaving London for Holland and NorwayAtlantic Journey ID 9157
 1858 Oct 10, leaving Texel for Fredrikstad and arrive there December 24Atlantic Journey ID 9158
 1859 Jun 11, London for Cardiff and MaltaAtlantic Journey ID 9159
 1859 Jul 19, leaving Cardiff for MaltaAtlantic Journey ID 9160
 1859 Sep 23, leaving Malta for Trapani (loading salt for Stavanger)Atlantic Journey ID 9161
 1859 Dec 7, spoken at 56ºN 3ºE in leaking condition. Captain and crew were offered to abandon the ship but refusedAtlantic Journey ID 9162
 1860 Jul 26, Gravesend/London from ChristianestadAtlantic Journey ID 9163
 1860 Aug 11, laving London for ChristianestadAtlantic Journey ID 9164
 1860 Nov 26, leaving LondonAtlantic Journey ID 9165
The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges


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